ADIF Polypropylene and Kynar PVDF Micro Tubing and Pipe

USP Class VI | Animal Free Materials | Custom Fabrication Available

Non-Metallic Pipe (Sanitary Tri-Clamp Sizes)

TBL Stocks two grades to non-metallic piping specifically engineered to meet the demanding regulatory needs of the Biopharmaceutical process environment. All sizes can be fabricated with standard flange forming and fusion V equipment.

Both grades are certified to be animal derived component free (ADCF) and meet the most rigorous regulatory healthcare requirements. Superior internal surface finishes to promote excellent cleanability and low protein binding.

ADIF Polypropylene
Size Range: 3mm through 2″
Length: 120″ (10ft.)
Features: Produced without animal derived components or phthalates
Material Regulatory: USP Class VI, USP 661 (extractable/ leachable), FDA 21 CFR 177.1520, ISO 10993
Kynar PVDF
Size Range: 3MM through 2”
Lengths: 120” (10FT)
Features: Translucent. Produced without animal derived components or phthalates low protein adhesion, superior gas and liquid barrier properties
Sterilization: Ozone, Gamma radiation, ETO, E-beam and autoclave
Material Regulatory: USP Class VI, USP 661.1, ISO 10993, 21CFR 177.2510, REACH compliant, NSF-51, NSF 61
Micro Tubing and Pipe Sizing Chart
Part NumberSizeMaterialID (inch)OD (inch)Length (ft.)
TBL-0750-PPMiniPolypropylene0.5630.75010
TBL-1000-PP1″Polypropylene0.8561.10610
TBL-1500-PP1.5″Polypropylene1.3561.60610
TBL-2000-PP2″Polypropylene1.8562.10110
TBL-0750-KMiniKynar (PVDF)0.5630.75010
TBL-1000-K1″Kynar (PVDF)0.8561.10610
TBL-1500-K1.5″Kynar (PVDF)1.356 1.60610
TBL-2000-K2″Kynar (PVDF)1.8562.10110
3mm-PP-103mmPolypropylene0.1180.24210
6mm-PP-106mmPolypropylene0.2360.36010
10mm-PP-1010mmPolypropylene0.3940.51810
12mm-PP-1012mmPolypropylene0.4720.59610
3mm-K-103mm Kynar (PVDF)0.1180.24210
6mm-K-106mm Kynar (PVDF)0.2360.36010
10mm-K-1010mm Kynar (PVDF)0.3940.51810
12mm-K-1012mm Kynar (PVDF)0.4720.59610

Tri-Clamp is a registered trademark of Alfa Laval.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Users should determine the compatibility of any product through testing and diligence.